Does Typhoid Fever Affect Stomach Acid?
In the afternoon, it was my first time getting stomach acid and that was after typhus, did the fever affect stomach acid? While I am a lover of coffee and spicy food but have never felt stomach acid pain … Thank you
Hello Anatri, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself that Rio will try to answer your question.
Increased stomach acid is one cause of complaints of pain / pain / pain in the stomach, especially in the solar plexus. There are several diseases that have complaints as you feel, namely:
Stomach acid is a substance that has a role in the digestive process. It's just that if the stomach acid is in excess or a little condition, it will cause a person's health problems. Fever does not cause complaints in the stomach / digestion due to stomach acid.
Complaints due to stomach acid are usually caused by poor diet. Like eating spicy or acidic foods, consumption of caffeine, alcohol, smoking, etc. According to your case, you experience stomach acid complaints after typhoid fever. Typhus fever itself arises due to an infection or irritation in the digestive tract. Even if you are on typhus or have finished treatment, the digestive tract is still not fully healthy. So this is what causes your digestive tract / stomach is still sensitive to the food / drinks you consume and cause complaints.
So now what you can do is:
Maintain a regular diet
Drink plenty of water and nutritious food
Avoid spicy or sour foods
Avoid consumption of caffeine or alcohol
Consult the nearest doctor if your complaints become more burdensome and interfere with daily activities.
That's all the answers I can give. I hope this helps.
Thank you :)